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Summer Camps 2013 Moses Brown School

Moses Brown School For the Honor of Truth

For more information or to register, please visit our website www.mosesbrown.org.

Summer Camps Open House — April 6, 2013

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Open House Please join us for our Summer Camps Open House on Saturday, April 6 , 2013 10:00 a.m. — 12:00 p.m., Alumni Hall, Moses Brown School, 250 Lloyd Avenue, Providence, RI Learn about our summer programs and meet our staff.

We offer summer camps in Providence for children ages 3-17 including RISE, our traditional day camp, and specialty camps for basketball, football, lacrosse, lacrosse goalie, soccer, field hockey, tennis, track and field, wrestling, and chess. Visit www.mosesbrown.org to register and learn more.

Founded in 1784, the historic Moses Brown School is known for building confidence and character through a unique Quaker education offered to boys and girls, ages 3 through 18. Families are encouraged to learn more about the school by visiting www.mosesbrown.org or www.facebook.com/mosesbrownschool.


Calendar June 17 - 21

July 15 - 19

RISE Camp, ages 5-14

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RISE Camp, ages 5-14

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Preschool Camp, ages 3-4

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Preschool Camp, ages 3-4

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Football Camp, grades 5-8

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Basketball Camp, grades 2-8

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Soccer Camp, ages 4-16

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Soccer Camp, ages 4-16

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Tennis Camp, ages 6-14

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Tennis Camp, ages 6-14

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Track & Field Camp, ages 7-16

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East Side Math, ages 8-18

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Fit to Excel - ages 14-18

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R.I.T.E.S.

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June 24 - 28

RISE Camp, ages 5-14

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Preschool Camp, ages 3-4

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July 22 - 26

Basketball Camp, grades 2-8

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RISE Camp, ages 5-14

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Lacrosse Goalie Camp, ages 8-17

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Preschool Camp, ages 3-4

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(T/W/Th only)

Soccer Camp, ages 4-16

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Soccer Camp, ages 4-16

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Tennis Camp, ages 6-14

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Track & Field Camp, ages 7-16

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East Side Math, ages 8-18

page 14

Wrestling Camp, grades 3-12

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East Side Math, ages 8-18

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Fit to Excel - ages 14-18

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R.I.T.E.S.

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July 1 - July 5 (no camp on Thursday, July 4th)

RISE Camp, ages 5-14

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Preschool Camp, ages 3-4

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July 29 - August 2

Soccer Camp, ages 4-16

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RISE Camp, ages 5-14

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Track & Field Camp, ages 7-16

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Preschool Camp, ages 3-4

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East Side Math, ages 8-18

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Field Hockey - grades 1-9

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July 8 - 12

Soccer Camp, ages 4-16

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RISE Camp, ages 5-14

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Tennis Camp, ages 6-14

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Preschool Camp, ages 3-4

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East Side Math, ages 8-18

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Chess, ages 5-14

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Fit to Excel - ages 14-18

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Lacrosse Camp, ages 7-15

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August 5 - 9

Soccer Camp, ages 4-16

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Preschool, ages 3-4

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Tennis Camp, ages 6-14

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Summer’s End, ages 5-13

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East Side Math, ages 8-18

page 14

Chess, ages 5-14

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Fit to Excel - ages 14-18

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Soccer Tournament Week, ages 4-16 page 12

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Tennis Camp, ages 6-14

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Track & Field Camp, ages 7-16

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East Side Math, ages 8-18

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Fit to Excel - ages 14-18

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R.I.T.E.S.

August 12 - 16

East Side Math, ages 8-18

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Fit to Excel - ages 14-18

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Additional Offerings

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Directors and Staff

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For more information about all summer camps, extended daycare, busing, and Moses Brown School, visit our website www.mosesbrown.org where you may also register online or download registration forms. 3


RISE

Rhode Island Summer Enrichment • June 17 through August 2 RISE is best suited as a three week (or more) camp, although weekly sessions are available. Full (9:00-3:00) and half days (9:00-12:30 or 11:40-3:00) available • Ages 5-14 Two Camps in One RISE Camp is comprised of an Upper and Lower program, both of which provide campers with a rich selection of courses and activities to choose from. Rooted in the MB Friends philosophy, RISE Camp seeks to inspire and support each camper in their diverse needs and interests. The energetic camp staff is a mix of experienced teachers and coaches, highly-motivated college students and exceptional high school students, many of whom were RISE campers themselves. Come find out why RISE is truly a camp unlike any other! RISE Camp, established at Moses Brown in 1963, has offered a dynamic mixture of arts, academics, science,

sports, and fun to children ages 5-14 for 50 memorable summers. RISE Camp offers a wide variety of courses and activities from which campers can create a custom-designed camp curriculum. RISE is a camp of limitless possibilities! As part of the RISE tradition, one day each week, Upper and Lower campers come together to celebrate theme days. These include Treasure Hunt, Gold Rush, and the Campers vs. Counselors Basketball Challenge. Events such as the Ultimate Frisbee Challenge, talent show and the Broadway Bound productions make for a unifying and exciting camp experience.

Full-Day 7 weeks – $1,495 6 weeks – $1,400 5 weeks – $1,285 4 weeks – $1,130 3 weeks – $925 2 weeks – $660 1 week – $330

Half-Day 7 weeks – $870 6 weeks – $810 5 weeks – $735 4 weeks – $640 3 weeks – $520 2 weeks – $370 1 week – $185

Please note built-in multi-week discount. Limited scholarship available.

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For more information about all summer camps, extended daycare, busing, and Moses Brown School, visit our website www.mosesbrown.org where you may also register online or download registration forms.


RISE Upper Camp 9-14 (must have completed 3rd grade as of June, 2013) Upper Camp is designed for children who have completed grades three through seven, with a veteran camper program for those who have completed grade eight.

Innovative and Fun Courses Course offerings change each summer according to camper interests, counselor expertise, and availability of facilities.

Although some courses are available only to campers attending camp for three weeks or more, there are many exciting options for campers attending three weeks or less. Most of the courses listed here will be offered this summer, with new ones added. Registered campers will receive detailed course descriptions in June.

A Typical Day in Upper Camp

Recent Years’ Course Offerings Have Included:

9:00 Home Base – Campers check in, sign up for “Optionals” and prepare for the day

Animation Art Smart Basketball Beach at Camp Day Bike Shop Board Game Bonanza Broadway Bound* Capture the Flag Cartooning Ceramics Cooking Cool and Crazy Sculpture Crash Course in Cards Creative Dance* Creative Writing Digital Imagination Dungeons and Dragons Fencing Floor Hockey Freestyle Frisbee Fun with Duct Tape Hands on Gardening Hip Hop Dance Improvisational Theatre Instrumental Ensemble*

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First Course – Camper selects

10:00

Second Course – Camper selects

10:45 Milk and Cookies – Upper and Lower camp gather for snack and announcements 11:00 Activity Period – Campers participate in a selfselected, week-long activity (different from courses) 11:45

Third Course – Camper selects

12:30 Lunch – Campers enjoy lunch outside in the Grove 12:30 Pick up for half-day campers 1:00

Fourth Course – Camper selects

1:45 Optional Period – Campers participate in a selfselected activity which they may change daily (different from courses) 2:45 Checkout in the Grove – Campers meet for announcements then join in a moment of silence to reflect upon the day’s events 3:00

Pick up

Jazzy Jewelry Kickball Lacrosse Magic: The Gathering Magical Colorful Clay Messy Science Movie Magic Makers Off Broadway Photography Puppetry RISE Revolution

(camp newspaper) Scrapbooking Sew What? Soccer Softball Sports Madness Stage Design* Swimming Talent Show Tennis Water Sports Woodshop Yoga *3-week offerings

Please refer to page 15 to learn more about our exceptional camp directors.

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RISE Lower Camp

Child must be entering Kindergarten to be eligible for Lower Camp. Ages 5-8 (must be 5 as of June 1) Lower Camp has earned a remarkable reputation for creative, fun, and outstanding counselors who offer a variety of activities. Lower Camp maintains a 5:1 ratio of campers to counselors.

A Typical Day in Lower Camp In Lower Camp, no two days are exactly the same. All Lower Campers can visit the pool for a fun swim break. 9:00 Community Circle – A time to gather, share and prepare for the day. 9:30 Dynamics or swim – Campers may choose to participate in outside games or swimming. 10:45 Milk and Cookies – Upper and Lower camp gather for snack and announcements. 11:00 Activity Period – Campers participate in a selfselected, week-long activity. 11:45 Expeditions – Campers explore the weekly themes through a range of connected offerings. 12:30

Lunch – Campers enjoy lunch outside

12:30

Pick up for half-day campers

1:00 Creative Explorations – Lower and upper camp counselors offer fun and creative activities with a focus on art. 1:45 Optional – Lower Campers join Upper Campers to choose an activity or project that they would not usually get the chance to do during the day. 2:45 Checkout in the Grove – Campers meet for announcements then join in a moment of silence to reflect upon the day’s events. 3:00

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Pick up

For more information about all summer camps, extended daycare, busing, and Moses Brown School, visit our website www.mosesbrown.org where you may also register online or download registration forms.


Preschool

June 17 through August 9 Full (9:00-3:00) and half days (9:00-12:00 or 12:00-3:00) - weekly sessions • Ages 3-4 Preschool Camp is an introduction to the wonders of summer camp for children ages 3 and 4. With a 4:1 camper to staff ratio, campers receive the comfort of daycare with the excitement of camp activities. Each week, preschoolers explore a different theme. In the past, they have learned about safety, nature, bays, and oceans. Scheduled activities such as art, cooking, outdoor games, and indoor play often reflect that week’s theme. Campers spend indoor time in Lower School, where they have access to a sandbox with wet and dry sand, water tables, a playhouse/loft, and giant building blocks. Preschoolers also have fun cooling off in wading pools and sprinklers on the MB campus. Campers and their counselors are often invited to participate in activities taught by the RISE staff, such as ceramics or a cooking class in the “big” kitchen. Note: All children must be toilet-trained prior to attending camp.

A Typical Day in Preschool Camp Preschool Camp, a great introduction to the wonders of summer camp. 9:00 Check-in and play time – playground 9:30 Circle time – songs, reading a story, etc. 10:00 Activities – different themes for each week. 10:30

Snack time

11:00 Swim time – kiddie pools and sprinklers on the MB campus. 12:00

Lunch time

12:30 Activities/Quiet Time – games and activities for children who do not require a nap. 1:30

Activities – nature, cooking, singing, etc.

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Pick up. Full-Day 8 weeks – $1,435 7 weeks – $1,325 6 weeks – $1,225 5 weeks – $1,100 4 weeks – $945 3 weeks – $755 2 week – $530 1 week – $265

Half-Day 8 weeks – $730 7 weeks – $695 6 weeks – $650 5 weeks – $590 4 weeks – $515 3 weeks – $420 2 week – $300 1 week – $150

Please note built-in multi-week discount. Limited scholarship available. Please refer to page 15 to learn more about our exceptional camp directors.

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Summer’s End

August 5 through August 9 Full day (9:00-3:00), $295 per week and half days (9:00-12:30 or 11:40-3:00), $160 per week • Ages 5-13 Not ready for RISE Camp to be over? Join a group of our experienced and energetic team of counselors for one last week of fun at Summer’s End! Campers (ages 5-13) can choose from a selection of RISE’s most popular courses and activities. Offerings may include swimming, messy science, kickball, imaginary musical adventures, capture the flag, wiffleball, colorful clay, sports madness, woodshop, and more! A detailed list of courses to be offered will be available in June.

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Summer’s End, as an extension of Rhode Island Summer Enrichment, follows the same mission: to provide all campers with rich opportunities to learn, explore, and play. The smaller format of Summer’s End allows the staff to meet the specific needs and interests of older and younger campers alike. By providing a separate structure and set of courses, campers can enjoy the things they love to do most in a setting that is comfortable, exciting, and ageappropriate.

For more information about all summer camps, extended daycare, busing, and Moses Brown School, visit our website www.mosesbrown.org where you may also register online or download registration forms.


Chess

July 8 through July 12 • August 5 through August 9 Full day (9:00-3:00), $390 per week and half days (9:00-12:00 or 12:00-3:00), $245 per week • Ages 5-14 Moses Brown plus partners with Chess Master Connections in offering two week-long chess camps to beginning through advanced players, ages 5-14. The staff is comprised of world champions, international masters, and enthusiastic instructors. CMC instructors have inspired and delighted their students with gifted, fun chess teaching; and students have responded and swept first place in all sections (Kindergarten through 12th grade) of several Rhode Island State Scholastic Championships.

Tuition includes a 2013 camp t-shirt, work folder, camp photo, and certificate of achievement; as well as a CMC t-shirt or chess set. Snacks and water will be provided to all participants during the camp session, although full-day campers should bring their own lunch. Half-day participants may join other MB plus camps in the afternoon.

Basketball

June 24 through June 28 • July 15 through July 19 Group 1 – Grades 2-4 – half-day (9:00-11:30) – $130 per week Group 2 – Grades 5-8 – full-day (9:00-3:00) – $265 per week Moses Brown plus partners with Proactive Inc. to bring Basketball Camps to their successful summer programs. Children from grades 2-8 are encouraged to register to attend this exciting camp. As director of Proactive Inc., Paul Janaway staffs all his camps with fully qualified coaches who also are physical education teachers. These coaches recognize the importance of educating children while enhancing their athletic performance.

Each day, campers will work on technique drills, solidifying their base knowledge which will then be transferred to skill practices during the rest of the day. This camp is a serious endeavor, and children will be expected to focus on the drills and practices. The philosophy of learning while having fun is a common thread. Full-day sessions run from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and half-day sessions run from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m., which are open to both girls and boys. There will be a maximum number of 24 children for each week so sign up early to secure your place!

Please refer to page 15 to learn more about our exceptional camp directors.

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Field Hockey

July 29 through August 2 Full day (9:00-3:00), $295 per week • Grades 1-9 MB plus partners with Lead the Way Inc, New England Premier Field Hockey Organization, to offer a girls’ field hockey and leadership academy. Beginners to advanced players entering grades 1st-9th are encouraged to register. The camp offers a great way for girls to learn and to improve on their basic fundamental skills and learn advanced skills. The goal of the camp is to provide an opportunity to teach field hockey in a fun and supportive environment, as well an emphasis on developing and improving leadership skills.

Football

June 17 through June 21 Full day (9:00-3:00), $270 per week • Grades 5-8 The Moses Brown plus Football Camp offers a positive, enjoyable, safe camp experience for boys and girls in grades 5-8 on MB’s state-of-the-art artificial turf field. Coaches will focus on teaching a rich set of conditioning drills, skill development for all components of the game, and game play. Emphasis will be placed on the development of football fundamentals and basic blocking and tackling techniques (running, defensive line, passing, pass defense, receiving, and linebacker positions.) Players will learn to appreciate the importance of

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The morning session will be spent on field hockey skill development and will include individual ball control skills, elimination moves, passing and receiving, 1v1 defense, tactical concepts, and small game play. All skill sessions and games will be played on the turf field to ensure a smooth and fast playing surface. The afternoons will be spent developing and expanding leadership skills through hands on activities and team building exercises. Lead the Way staff and guest speakers will offer discussions and small group activities on leadership, positive attitude, and the benefits of participating in sports. Our goal at the end of the week is for each participant to strive to be the best player she can be, as well as the best leader.

proper equipment fitting, sportsmanship, leadership, and citizenship that will enhance their understanding of football for individual and team development. Players will receive positive feedback for their accomplishments and recognition for their participation. They will gain self-confidence and self-esteem in a climate of teamwork and fair play. The daily schedule may vary depending on the needs and interests of players. Players bring their own lunch, snacks, water bottles, sunscreen, and mouth guards. MB’s Football Camp is offered 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for one week only.

For more information about all summer camps, extended daycare, busing, and Moses Brown School, visit our website www.mosesbrown.org where you may also register online or download registration forms.


Lacrosse

July 8 through July 12 Full day (9:00-3:00), $395 per week • Ages 7-15 The Moses Brown plus Lacrosse Camp is designed to improve the fundamentals and skill set of boys and girls. An emphasis will be placed on having fun, respecting the game of lacrosse, and promoting excellent sportsmanship. The curriculum will include, but is not limited to, passing, catching, shooting, dodging, cutting, cradling, stick protection, ground ball work, individual and team defense, individual and team offense, clearing, riding, face-offs, wing play, transition, and goalie play. Games will be played daily. Additional concepts will include wall ball techniques,

lacrosse video study, detailed explanation of rules, stick maintenance, and lacrosse terminology. Though the boys’ and girls’ lacrosse camps will take place simultaneously, boy and girl campers will not compete against each other. Each group will be coached according to the specific rules of their sport. Our coaching staff includes Moses Brown lacrosse alumni, top coaches in the high school and college community, college players, and special guest speakers. Our goal is to maintain a camper to staff ratio of 8:1. The Lacrosse Camp is offered 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for one week only. Players are required to provide their own equipment, along with their own lunch, snacks, water bottles, and sunscreen. A reversible jersey will be provided for each camper.

Lacrosse Goalie

June 25 through June 27 Full day (9:00-3:00), three-day session only $265 • Ages 8-17 The Moses Brown plus Lacrosse Goalie Camp features an outstanding staff dedicated to teaching campers all aspects of goalie play. All of our coaches are either present or former goalies who have taught goaltending at countless camps throughout New England. Individual and small group instruction will be provided for campers ages 8-17 on MB’s state-of-the-art artificial turf field. Some of the areas covered include body position, footwork, stick position, stick skills, arc play, playing angles, clearing the ball, bounce shots, shots on the run and playing the ball from behind the goal.

MB plus Lacrosse Goalie Camp offers advanced goalkeepers an excellent opportunity to improve their technique; while beginning players are taught the skills and valuable knowledge necessary to build a great foundation for the game. Goalies must bring their own equipment, lunch and drinks (raingear, if necessary – camp will be held outdoors in all but the heaviest rain). MB’s Lacrosse Goalie Camp is offered 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (three-day session only).

Please refer to page 15 to learn more about our exceptional camp directors.

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Soccer

June 17 through August 9 Full day (9:00-3:00), $275 per week and half days (9:00-11:30), $175 per week • Ages 4-16 Moses Brown plus partners with Proactive Soccer to offer a challenging, fun environment in which players enhance their soccer skills. Coach Paul Janaway directs the Soccer Camp, which is a serious endeavor with coaches expecting full attention and effort. The camp is always a tremendous amount of fun. The program remains a favorite among parents and children because of Paul’s inspirational, encouraging, and educational coaching style. The clinics emphasize

Tennis

June 17 through June 28 • July 8 through July 19 July 29 through August 9 Half day (9:00-12:00), $215 per week • Ages 6-14 The Moses Brown plus co-ed Tennis Camps are for players ages 6-14 with any level of ability from beginner to advanced. Players enroll for weekly half-day sessions. Early application is highly recommended since spaces are limited to ensure a low instructor-to-player ratio. On rainy days, participants will play on an indoor court. The camp begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 12:00 p.m. (11:30 a.m. for campers enrolled in a different afternoon camp).

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developing individual skills for competitive play. Players, grouped by age and skill, gain a better understanding of the game, sharpen skills, strengthen tactical awareness, and improve fitness. Campers may choose to attend full or half days (9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. or 3:00 p.m.) from June 17 through August 9, in addition to Tournament Week held August 5-9 from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. Players who attend half days may join other MB plus camps in the afternoons.

Our coaching staff knows firsthand that young players learn best in an enjoyable environment with an emphasis on fun as well as challenge. With this in mind, they have designed games and drills which will encourage campers at all skill levels. Each day, participants will enjoy rotating through fun drill stations, working with different instructors on high energy games, stroke production, movement, footwork, and match strategy. No two days are alike. At the end of the week, players receive feedback emphasizing positive growth and noting areas needing improvement. Players may join other MB plus camps in the afternoons, but must register separately.

For more information about all summer camps, extended daycare, busing, and Moses Brown School, visit our website www.mosesbrown.org where you may also register online or download registration forms.


Track and Field

June 17 through June 21 • July 1 through July 5 • July 22 through July 26 (Full day (9:00-3:00), $275 per week) August 5 through August 9 (Half day (9:00-11:30), $175 per week) • Ages 7-16 Moses Brown plus partners with Proactive Inc. to bring children of all ages and levels of ability exceptional track and field expertise. In a fun and educational setting, campers learn the dynamics of track and field from experienced physical education instructors and coaches. All coaches at Proactive Inc. are trained physical education teachers who recognize the importance of educating children while enhancing athletic performance. Each day, campers learn healthy, correct stretching and warm-up techniques. During morning track exercises, campers

Wrestling

July 22 through July 26 Full day (9:00-3:00), $190 per week • Grades 3-12 The Moses Brown plus Wrestling Camp offers a unique opportunity for campers who want to either explore the sport of wrestling for the very first time or continue to develop, advance, and enhance their mature wrestling skills. An experienced staff with over 40 years of combined coaching and teaching experience will lead two sessions a day of dynamic, effective, age- and level-appropriate techniques and drills in “folk-style” (collegiate/scholastic) wrestling. First-rate wrestling mats and training facilities in the Moses Brown Waughtel-Howe Field House support the total camp experience.

choose to participate in the 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, or hurdle events. During afternoon field exercises, children explore long jump, triple jump, high jump, and throwing (including discus and shot put). At the beginning of the session, staff evaluate campers on an age-related performance chart. By the end of the session, campers will receive a progress report noting improvement in their chosen fields. Players who attend half days may join other MB plus camps in the afternoons.

The daily sessions will be broken up with indoor/outdoor exercise options that will diversify the training environment, and provide physical challenges that are fun and oriented around partner-based, or group work outs. The Moses Brown plus Wrestling camp offers a week of learning highly effective techniques, as well as an opportunity to gain significant “live” wrestling experience and training time, engage the mental and emotional aspects of preparing for competitions, and learning how to implement competitive “mat-strategies.” The Moses Brown Wrestling Camp welcomes, and is geared for, all students between the third to twelfth grades. Participants will leave the MB Camp having received personal attention and positive feedback from the coaching staff, and feeling enthused, encouraged, and more skilled in every phase of the sport of wrestling.

Please refer to page 15 to learn more about our exceptional camp directors.

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Additional Offerings To learn more and meet our staff, attend the Moses Brown Summer Camps Open House Saturday, April 6, 2013, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. • Alumni Hall, Moses Brown School East Side Math East Side Math Directors Gail Copans* and Paul Gazin (Senior Math Teachers at Moses Brown School) and their exceptional staff, in conjunction with MB+, offer the entire spectrum of traditional math courses in small groups or through individual tutoring. Three week courses and one session of two week courses are offered for students entering grades 5 – 12. Individual tutoring and courses are offered for students at any grade level. Courses for grades 1-3 in basic math include “Nimble Numbers”, “Make Sum Difference”, “Friendly Fractions” and “ABC’s of Applications”. Whether for advancement, remediation, or to complete course requirements, we will work with you to design and implement a program best suited to your child’s individual needs. At East Side Math, students enhance their knowledge and skills, build confidence in their math ability and learn to enjoy math. June 24 – August 16 - flexible formats, individualized schedules, and pricing. Please contact us directly to discuss your child’s needs and the options available. For information and registration please contact: Gail Copans (401) 245-0289, Paul Gazin (401) 996-7026, or eastsidemath@hotmail.com. *Rhode Island Math Teacher Certification RITES RITES (Rhode Island Tutorial & Educational Services) specializes in providing academic summer programs that retain taught skills, improve trouble areas, and develop new learning in a fun, supportive, and creative atmosphere. Reading and Math: Strengthen and continue practicing reading and math skills. Grades 2-4, 3-week class - July 15August 2, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Teacher:student ratio 1:8. Authors and Illustrators: Children delve into their imaginations and use their creativity to write and illustrate their own books. Grades 2-3, 1-week class - July 22-26, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Teacher:student ratio 1:8. Comic Book Writing: Children design their own comic book from the ground up. Grades 4-5, 1-week class, July 22-26, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Teacher:student ratio 1:10. For students signed up for afternoon camps at Moses Brown, a supervised recess/break time is included from 12:00-12:30. For more information, complete class descriptions and/or to apply, contact Lisa Bigney at 401-723-4459, or visit ritutorial.org/rites-programs/summer-programs/moses-brown/

F.I.T. 2 Excel F.I.T. 2 EXCEL summer athletic development & conditioning camp provides athletes (ages 14-18) with the foundation for athletic movement, strength, speed, mobility, and flexibility that will condition that will give them that athletic edge. The 6-week, 12-session program will enhance the athletes’ knowledge of functional strength, injury prevention, and total fitness. The 90 minute workouts will include dynamic warm up; form running; agility, circuit and core training; reaction drills; plyometics; and cardio conditioning. Guest speakers, including a motivational speaker, sports nutritionist, core strength coach, and fitness professional, will join the group throughout the camp sessions. July 8–Aug 14 – Mondays 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. and Wednesdays 9:00 – 10:30 a.m. Tuition $389. Camp Director, Joyce C. Freeman, is the owner of Fit 2 Excel, a certified athletic trainer by the National Athletic Trainers Association, and a certified personal trainer and strength coach by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. For more information and registration, please contact Joyce Freeman at 401-225-9659 or jfreeman@mosesbrown.org. WAVUS Camp for Girls in Maine WAVUS Camp for Girls, sister camp to Kieve Camp for boys, is a traditional residential and wilderness trip camp for girls ages 8-16. MB and WAVUS Camp have been linked since the camp’s founding in 1922 on Damariscotta Lake in Jefferson, Maine. Two couples, who met at MB, founded the camp: MB history teacher, Delbert Andrews, and his wife, Emma Belle, who worked as the secretary to the school’s Treasurer; and Ray Dorman, MB’s Director of Athletics, and his wife, Peggy Peacock Dorman, who oversaw the girls’ dormitory. From 1941 to 1958, long-time head of MB’s lower school, Dick Allen, and his wife, Alice, were also on the senior staff at WAVUS. Today, the connection continues thanks to an MB alumnus who has made The Alice & Dick Allen Scholarship available to a selected girl who is either a Moses Brown student or the child of a Moses Brown faculty or staff member. For more information about the scholarship, please contact Jane Barrett at jbarrett@mosesbrown.org. For more information about WAVUS, visit Kieve-Wavus Education, Inc. at www.wavus.org or contact Nancy Kennedy, at NJK@kieve. org or at 207-563-5172.

Moses Brown School has offered rewarding and exciting summer programs for 50 years. Moses Brown is a Quaker school. Many of the traditions and values that are a part of the Friends’ philosophy find expression in our camps. All camp programs work with the basic belief that everyone has something to offer. Reflection and consensus are important; simplicity is valued; differences and diversity are celebrated.

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For more information about all summer camps, extended daycare, busing, and Moses Brown School, visit our website www.mosesbrown.org where you may also register online or download registration forms.


Camp Directors Jerrett Wilson, RISE, Summer’s End Jerrett, our RISE Director-in-Training last summer, will be the Director of our RISE and Summer’s End camps this year. After his positive experience last summer, he looks forward to working with the camp staff in order to continue the tradition of making our camps an exciting place for campers. Jerrett also teaches Spanish and French in the Upper School at Moses Brown and coaches the middle school boys’ basketball team.

Michaela O’Donnell, RISE Michaela joined the RISE Camp staff in 1990 and will serve as Program Coordinator this year. During the school year, she teaches Spanish and art at Providence Country Day School. Michaela has chosen RISE as the place where she and her family spend their summer days because of the camp’s rich program and creative staff.

Sandrine Dundas, RISE Lower Camp Sandrine is in her eighth year with MB plus, and her seventh year as Lower Camp Director. She brings a unique perspective to the camp as she is the parent of three long-time RISE campers, and has many years of experience as both a camp counselor and a French teacher for early childhood and lower school at Lincoln School.

Christine Moniz, Preschool Christine has been part of our summer camps program since 2003, and has served as the Director of Preschool Camp for eight years. During the school year, she is an assistant special education teacher in Attleboro.

Jorge Sammour-Hasbun, Chess Jorge, former Child World Champion and 2007 and 2008 World Blitz Chess Champion, has been managing the Boston Blitz Team for the USA Chess League since 2009, tutoring chess students nationally for more than 15 years, and is currently teaching the Brown University Chess Team. He brings the joy and magic of chess to all his classes. He leads a staff of enthusiastic instructors in bringing your child the best expertise in which to cultivate thinking and focused life skills.

Leslie Caito-Jones, Field Hockey Leslie is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island where she was a two year Regional All American, three year All-Conference Team Member, and spent three years on the A-10 All-Tournament team. She is in her 13th year as the Head Coach at Moses Brown, and has earned a Division II State Championship in 2006, 2007, and 2008, and a Division I State Championship in 2012. Leslie also serves as the Assistant Director of Lead the Way, Inc.

Mike DeAngelo and Tony Pirruccello-McClellan, Football Mike and Tony have more than 34 years of teaching and coaching experience at the middle school level. They coach football and teach science both in the Moses Brown Middle School.

Mike Fraioli, Lacrosse Mike is the Lacrosse Camp Director and head lacrosse coach at Moses Brown which has won two Division 1 State Championships under his leadership. Mike coached for many years at the college level, including Brown University, Hartwick College, and Dartmouth College. Originally from Annapolis, Maryland, Mike attended St. Mary’s College of Maryland where he was captain for their lacrosse program.

Dennis Dobbyn, Lacrosse Goalie Camp Director Dennis is a member of the New England Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Dennis has served as the head coach at La Salle Academy, Roger Williams University, and Moses Brown School. He has recorded more than 250 career victories during his career.

Paul Janaway, Basketball, Soccer, and Track & Field Camp Director Paul is a fully qualified European licensed coach. During the school year, he teaches physical education at Henry Barnard School in Providence. Paul is assisted by experienced coaches through Proactive, Inc.

Reid Feller, Tennis Reid, now in his second year as the Tennis Camp Director, comes to MB with 13 years of coaching experience possessing a depth of experience as a former competitor. He was an All-Stater all four years of high school, a top ranked USTA New England junior, and a Division I Collegiate player at Holy Cross. He is currently the Assistant Tennis Professional at the Agawam Hunt Club in East Providence.

Lee Clasper-Torch and Michael Burch, Wrestling Co-Director Lee has been coaching in the Moses Brown wrestling program for 23 years— the last nine years as varsity head coach. He is also a faculty member in the MB’s humanities department. During his coaching career, he has coached six New England Prep Champions and guided the MB Team to seven Southeastern New England (SENE) championships. Lee has a particular interest in introducing newer, younger athletes to the sport of wrestling. Co-Director Michael has 20 years of coaching experience at the NCAA Division I level. Prior to becoming the assistant coach at Moses Brown School, Burch coached at the University of Wisconsin, the University of California, Davis (twice named men’s coach of the year), and in recent years at Brown University. Michael was a nationally ranked wrestler in high school and college, and was a runner-up at two Olympic Trial Qualifiers. Our campers hail from a variety of places, with the majority coming from surrounding Moses Brown communities in RI and SE New England. We also have welcomed campers from across the country; in addition to China, France, Guatemala, Italy, Japan, and Korea. 15


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Located in the center of Providence, Moses Brown’s 33-acre campus is a lush and green oasis. Children enjoy the use of all facilities, including the state-ofthe-art artificial turf field, two soccer fields, nine tennis courts, baseball and softball diamonds, woodshop, ceramic studio, computer labs, and performance halls.

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